a very small osteria that is super casual, with overwhelmingly a local clientele. Three antipasti, three primi, and three second plus a cheese selection and two deserts. Want a wine list? Follow the owner down into the cellar, tell him what you want to spend, and await a couple of recommended barolos or barbarescos. Watch the locals come in and be greeted like long lost cousins. Not for "fine dining" but tons of fun with really good food and wine. Expect at least two hours or more!
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